It's been broken all day I just bought 400$ worth of groceries and I wonder if he's supposed to send a repair man or rent a room for I'd and store food
I'm not entirely clear on what your situation is as your post says that your "account is broken" and that you are concerned about the food in your fridge spoiling. Did you mean that your air conditioning is broken? If so that should have no impact on the functionality of your refridgerator so your food should not spoil. Did you mean that the refridgerator is broken? That the electicity is broken? I'm just not clear as to what you problem actually is. If the refridgerator or your electricity are out then you would have a potential problem with the food spoiling. However, the landlord does not have an obligation to ensure that your premises are always working in 100% condition 100% of the time. The landlord need only ensure that it acts reasonably to get issues resolved in a timely manner. As I assume you wouldn't have gone out and purchased all of this food knowing that it would just spoil I'm assuming that this issue has just presented itself today. The landlord is almost certainly protected in the lease from being liable for any spoilage or similar types of damages and it will only have to take reasonable actions to get the problem resolved so it may well take a few days to get resolved. That said, some landlords are notoriously dilatory so I would continue to politely press the matter so that the landlord knows that you will not let this go while he drags his feet. Just don't be unreasonable in your expectations.
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